Arts & LIfe

Arts & LIfe

Review: Devilman Crybaby

(Content warning: violence, nudity, drug-use, body horror, gore, sexual themes, occult imagery) Avant-garde anime director Masaaki Yuasa of Kaiba (2008), The Tatami Galaxy (2010), and...

A translation of Arabic language and diaspora

  “ is a shared human experience,” said Amir Al-Azraki, Renison University College’s assistant professor of Arabic language, literature, drama, and culture. Born in Iraq,...

Review: The Punisher

The second season of Daredevil introduced The Punisher as the darkest Marvel character to date. While his appearance was only a half-season arc, it...

Morals: The more the merrier Akademia with Adam

This week, I faced the somewhat challenging task of writing a column with a connection to the holidays. As I sat in the Imprint...

Protecting Indigeneity Provincial and on-campus efforts hope to meet the needs of Canadian Aboriginals

According to data from the 2016 census, Canadian Aboriginal groups account for 4.9 per cent of the national population. At just over 1.67 million...

Album review: Sleeping at Last’s Christmas collection

Looking forward to the holidays as university students is a uniquely exhausting experience as the mirth of the season is dampened down by an...

DIY holiday card crafts

As winter time arrives, exams come flushing in and all hell breaks loose. Being time-efficient becomes a huge problem. Here is a five minute...

Back in the day: November 29

Back in Nov. 29, 1972, the first ever commercial video game was released from Atari under the name “PONG." As one can imagine, the...

Celebrating the holidays in sound

In a night of song, KW Symphony celebrated the holiday season in a beautiful night of carols and classics. Held in the Central Presbyterian Church...

Concert review: Rheostatics

You probably haven’t heard of the Rheostatics before, but you probably know at least one band influenced by them. They were part of the...
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